Today’s free horse racing tips: Wolverhampton, Newcastle, Warwick and Chelmsford – Steve Mullen’s betting preview for Thursday, March 28

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WARWICK

2.10

FINANCIAL OUTCOME was a close-up fourth in fair company at Newbury last time out.

He had no problem seeing out this distance and looked like the winner until the lack of a recent run possibly told in the closing stages.

That was just his third run so there should be more to come.

Juge Et Parti was backed into 8-15 before flopping at Newcastle last time in a run that was too bad to be true. He went close at Ludlow the time before and should relish this distance. It would be no shock if he bounces back.

There were good signs from Checkitout at Chepstow last time on debut and he wouldn’t have to show much more to score.


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2.40

COOPERS SQUARE scored with lots in hand over hurdles at Huntingdon last time and is back over fences with every chance.

He won well in a chase at Uttoxeter last month before a clumsy unseat when odds-on. There is more to come over fences and he hasn’t been clobbered by the handicapper.

Fifty Shades dug deep to score in a similar race to this at Fakenham last time and stays really well.

He’s climbing the weights but is capable of producing more.

Boughtbeforelunch was a solid second at Leicester latest and will try to nick it from the front.


3.15

DUSTIN DES MOTTES is taking a fair drop in class here after finishing a solid sixth in the Greatwood Gold Cup at Newbury last time out.

That was just his fourth run in the UK after moving from France where he was a winning chaser.

He should have more to offer and this small field should help.

Generous Day didn’t fire at Wetherby last time on the back of a good win at Warwick and his best form has come over this distance.

A Little Magic is interesting on return from almost two years off. He was progressing nicely before falling and a market move would be telling.

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3.45

COUP DE PINCEAU is dropping into handicap company for the first time over fences after running in a couple of Grade 2 contests.

Paul Nicholls wouldn’t have pitched him into that company for nothing and this small field should help him find the form that saw him win his first two runs over fences.

Molly Childers is a consistent performer who was second in a Listed race at Wincanton last time after winning a handicap at the same track. She should be right there again.

King Of Realms was a good second at Exeter last time and has no issues seeing out this distance.


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4.20

RISK A FINE has done well since coming back from more than three years off. He won at Fakenham before finishing second at Wincanton last time out. He has no issues with this distance and should go well.

Marinero is a good performer in these hunter chases but has not been at his best at Ludlow on his past two runs. At his best he would go very close.

Brave Jaq was a convincing winner in this sphere at Stratford last time and likes this distance too.

4.50

WELSH SAINT improved on his second run at Doncaster last time and wouldn’t have to improve much to get off the mark. The horse he chased home there looked a nice type and Nicky Henderson does well in bumpers.

The Swagman was a solid fourth on debut at Newbury last time when he looked in need of the experience.

Thegallantway improved as his first run went on at Sedgefield last time. He may need further than this but there was plenty there to build on.


NEWCASTLE

2.00 Grania O’malley

2.30 Ascot De Bruyere

3.05 Christmas In Usa

3.35 Chasma

4.10 Return Ticket

4.40 Glenduff

WOLVERHAMPTON

2.20 Cheap Jack

2.50 Caplin

3.25 American Endeavour

3.55 El Hombre

4.30 Ustath

5.05 Ubla

CHELMSFORD

5.30 Amor Fati

6.00 Fox Leicester

6.30 Valley Belle

7.00 Rux Power

7.30 Indian Tygress

8.00 Roys Legacy

8.30 Ascot Dreamer

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